Definitions

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  • adj. Alternative form of repleviable.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Repleviable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In law, capable of being replevied. Also repleviable.

Etymologies

Old French replevisable. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • ` ` Away with you, then, '' said Mr. Inglewood, hastily; ` ` his may not be a replevisable case under the statute, you know, or

    Rob Roy

  • "Away with you, then," said Mr. Inglewood, hastily; "his may not be a replevisable case under the statute, you know, or Mr. Justice Death may not like the doctor for a _main pernor, _ or bailsman."

    Rob Roy — Volume 01

  • “Pardon me, my good sir — pardon me,” said the insatiable clerk; “this is a case in which neither bail nor mainprize can be received, the felon who is liable to be committed on heavy grounds of suspicion, not being replevisable under the statute of the 3d of King Edward, there being in that act an express exception of such as be charged of commandment, or force, and aid of felony done;” and he hinted that his worship would do well to remember that such were no way replevisable by common writ, nor without writ.

    Rob Roy

  • ` ` Pardon me, my good sir --- pardon me, '' said the insatiable clerk; ` ` this is a case in which neither bail nor mainprize can be received, the felon who is liable to be committed on heavy grounds of suspicion, not being replevisable under the statute of the 3d of King Edward, there being in that act an express exception of such as be charged of commandment, or force, and aid of felony done; '' and he hinted that his worship would do well to remember that such were no way replevisable by common writ, nor without writ.

    Rob Roy

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